2024 PGA Championship By the Numbers: Facts and Stats That Mattered Most on Day 4

The fourth and final day of the 2024 PGA Championship is in the books, and Xander Schauffele is a champion. Here are the numbers that mattered most.
Schauffele lifted the Wanamaker to cap his first major title.
Schauffele lifted the Wanamaker to cap his first major title. / Adam Cairns-USA TODAY Sports

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The 106th PGA Championship is complete, with Xander Schauffele winning at 21 under par. Here are some of the other notable numbers from Sunday.

71.274 – Round 1 scoring average (par-71).

71.08 – Round 2 scoring average.

69.55 – Round 3 scoring average.

69.256 – Round 4 scoring average.

48 – Rounds in the 60s.

25 – Players finishing double-digits under par.

11 – Players to win the PGA Championship as wire-to-wire leaders or co-leaders, with Schauffele adding his name to the list Sunday.

-21 – Schauffele’s winning total, which set a record as the lowest to-par score in major history.

13 Top-10 finishes in majors for Schauffele, with his 13th serving as his first title.

64 – Low rounds by Bryson DeChambeau (solo second) and Billy Horschel (T8).

13 – Combined birdies for DeChambeau and Viktor Hovland, playing together in the third-to-last group
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42 – Consecutive holes without a bogey by Hovland, until the 72nd.

3 – Eagles at the island-green par-4 13th (Alejandro Tosti, Jordan Smith, Adam Hadwin).

338 – Yards for Tosti’s drive at the 13th, driving the green and making the putt for eagle.

37 – Consecutive bogey-free holes by Alex Noren to end the tournament. He finished T12.

14 – Consecutive pars to start the round by Collin Morikawa. He finished T4, six shots back.

9 – Consecutive PGA Championships won by Americans.


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